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THE SUN, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1916.
R. A. G. SMITH RISES
TO DEFEND GAYNOR
MflUcs I'll bile a Letter to May
or'n Widow llciiuuncliijr
Thompson Mdtliodi.
NO VVMAV SERVANT SAFK
toct tNjrnmlMlor.tr Tl. A. C. Smith
trmdo tmlilld yeaterdny a letter which
Ik- tins ent to Mr. William J, Oajnor,
widow of (tin late Mayor, aasurttiB her
Unit the abuse now being heaped on
tho memory of her husband through
tin Insinuations from time to time com
Inir from th log-l-latlve committee, of
vvblcli Senator Ueortto K. Thompson Is
tli.ilrmati Is a source of regret to the
friend) of Mayor tlaynor. He adds that
this abu.iu Is -crying only to Inrreai-e
Ilia general feeling of Indignation to
win! the methods; emplu.vcd by the
Thompson coiiiinincc. Ills letter fol
lows: My Dear Mrs. Ct.viior; Occur
icneis of tin; last few days have
citu.sol the friends of the late Mayor
to feel that no man Is safe from cal
umny If lie has ever been courageous
though to try to ncive the city and
Its citizens, r refer to tho unjust and
unfair use of tin, mime of Mr. (laynor
In the proceedliiBS before a legislative
committee holding mectliiKs In the
city Just now.
Those of us who knew Mr. Haynor
feel that 110 harm can be done to the
memory of him. To know lilm ns I
did Is to have no other feeling than
that his Integrity win such that It
will stand any test of unfortunate dis
cussion. In the minds of the respon
sible clement of the whole city, there
Is a feeling of Indignation against tho
evident attempt to capitalize un
friendly expression, caused by politi
cal condition, about a man no longer
In life to defend himself.
The Injustice nf It nil does not Icsftn
the great regret of Mr. Oaynor's
friends that any one shnuld-be miffl
clently willing to hazard the criticism
of bad taste that must always follow
ait attempt to malign those that are
no more.
I'ersonal relations 1 held with Mr.
Oaynor warrant mo In saylnc much
more, but I write this that you may
know somethliiB of how the responsi
ble public feel about the present situ
ation. Frank Moss, counsel to the Thompson
committee, spoke In defence of the com
mittee yesterday, lie said that the com
mittee was really doing constructive
work, lie said that the criticism for
bavins prepared remedial legislative
measures before hearing Comptroller
Hrendergajr. former President Mc--Xncnjr
of tho Hoard of Aldermen and
former Chairman XX'lllcox of the Public
Service Commission was unfair to the
commlttcn for the reason that the com
mittee has until July 1 to hear these
men.
He said that the committee, which
has been Investigating the dual system
contracts since a year ago last month,
did not care to call these men until It
knows all about the contracts. Mr.
Moss h No declared that the Interbor
ough Kapld Transit Company Is laying
up a large surplus because It Isn't spend
ing one-half of the money It earns.
TO DIRECT PRINCETON CAMP.
Moore, TrncU t'milnln. Chosen to
Cure for Voting Wnlfa.
I'iiinckto.s-, March 2?. Hilly Moore,
captain of tin 1'rliiceton track team, will
direct the affairs of the coming season's
Pilncuton Summer Cutiip al Hayhead,
N. .1.. for waifs from the street s of New
York and Philadelphia. Mr. Moore has
accepted the position of chief counsellor
and will be assisted bv eight or ten tin
clergruduatei, a medlml student who
will look after the health of the los
and Couch SuUv.iii of the swimming
ttam.
The cum-i will open In the latter part
of .Iuik nud will continue for ten weeks.
The grounds consist of nine acres owned
by tin Philadelphia!! Society, well clin
atcd on a high embankment overlooking
tho Mctedccoiik Itlver ami commanding
a view of the occhii near llaylieml.
Thele Is a laige bungalow, hi side- ath
letic fields. Last ye.ir the ramp rnred
for sl.ty-llve boys, but with new accom
modations this year It Is expected that
i Inum Cu boys will get a month's
outing
LITTLE MOTHER FIGHTS DOG.
nirl, to. Scratched and Her tlnti?
Brother Itaillr Bitten.
Annie Corlez. in years old, stood In
the hall of IDS West Twemj -eighth
street vehterday afternoon with her tin.
months-old brother Jimmy In her arns 1
Annie's Job for the day was looking out I
for Jimmy. Down the stairs from the,
Kcond Moor jumped a brindle bulldog 1
I' had bioken Its leash and escaped
from the lla' of Thomas Mai do
The bulldog leaped at the babv. An
nie, with one hand free, doubled i up .
.Hid lilt Hie dog Just beforii ,t leaclied
her. The dog Jumped again and totei
a square out of Annies, sleeve.
The little git I, holding the h.-ihv,
fought until there weir many other
teats In her diess, but finally the dog
of Its teeth In the flesh of llrothec
Jimmy's left leg I hung there until
Policemen Delanec and Smith, hailed hv
many voles In tin Ktieet, ran Into the
hall. Thev knocked the dog senseless
with their clubs brfore It would M n.
Ten mi tches were sewed In the baby's
I'g and amputation may be necesBary
Annie's scratches were cauterized.
Mardo's hi Indie bulldog was sent lo the
Hoard of Health
ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
Brelln -.1. .1 narry, Hartford, rr.infonl
ItoliPlll- tied ,l
Lsureiton Mr.t rt
Pmit v .1 Ipiigton
M.ijon, Mr O II
Trlnee i;.oik P r lll.i
S .1, Muralia) Svrucu-e
ey Roston,
Marl,, Ati'oiiietle V
Alien. Auitln,
Tev ! t Kimlia'l, llosinn
Aiikuiiiu--Honry A llartlnrd. San Juiin.
I' I (VI 'ii It lloutm, Warren, u
VVulinit - Vlovariiier .tirkson. London,
I ii'tM ' 'I. lilloiti. Jr., Italian, Tex.
Savov -Mr and Mr. C C. Sage, I'ltt.
hurg. Mr. and Mrs. It. It Spaiitun, ..
(V.lllkee
Aliininiu'n rorl Ple'rh.r, Miss Hetty
Or, nvi.ie Arlliur ilronvllle, Lu.nlon. line-
"'IIS
Callage-- I M Iiorm u, n.neeo s
H Page, Wiililnsford, l.'otm , It It at
I'P Hllg
Va' iiof. AitarUIl M
Shiinley ,ir..
Noui li Mi und Mr O
Cleveland
M etllffutd,
Wood-- o. k Mr and Mi.
II D Taylor.
-lil (ilirtic d ,vai , Mr und
Mason Chicago
Mr T II
MeAipiu 'leorise ,. repperrorn I. on, Ion.
Kugisinl. Cede Howard Loiilkvl'ic, Mri,
iporee Pier' Montrf.il.
MmihHttun Mr and Mr Hurry l Icht
s nitli I'eve.inrl Mm Ktlvln .S'rnng.
Hartford. Hr and Mrs. II vv I'mido, k
Pltlsfleld, Mu.
Luri.uur Mr imdM-u 'I hnni m 1 hai hri,
.S'.iys in I t.i let '11 , Mr und vtrs 1: 1
Ktnith St A 1 bj n 't , ;r, nd Mrs p s
1 lllnstrif I,al.e(ood, N. .1
X'sndetblltMrs, T. XI. ltiaeke,,. u
I l'i M llllll Vlrn Itohs: I lei
r re , I'a ,VIi n,i M, . 1; v w ,
ki.
e iiaven, .Mr. mid Mti II
Kaslfoi. Ii
He e.
Itllininie Mr and M. . 11,11, p
f'rmvley. ItoKtnn, Mr and Mm 1' V 11
'"'" 1 1 ruin vv rnom'i., i'Iii.iii'i.
Mr and Mr. VA'IIIUm n. wn.eir, ,
ri
si, men.
OPPOSE FACTORIES
NEAR PLAYGROUNDS
Woiiicii'n Organization Ask
HcstvictioiiM on AiljiuTiit
Property.
W'OVll) LIMIT OA If AUKS
Jtpreentatlves of civic organizations
of women, who urged the continuance of
playgrounds for child roll and the re
striction of property surrounding them,
appeared emrrday before the Commis
sion on lliilldlug Districts and Itestrlc
lions when that part of Its recent re
Kirt to the Hoard of Kstlmnte on 'the
section of the city lying between Fifty
ninth street and 123th street was opened
for discussion.
It was urged by the Woman's City
Club, represented by Mrs. F, Robertson
.tones of "t 1'ast Klglity-eeveiith street.
that property In the neighborhood of
Ida. grounds be restricted to icsldences.
"I.lnht business" structures were not ob
jected to, but when It was explained to
her that any such classification would
Include manufacturing to the extent of
2, per cent, of the neighborhood she
withdrew her concession as to "light
business."
"We Ic.nll7e that the shore lands are
valuable for manufacturing purpose?
ald Mrs, .lonet. "because tbey are near
the river, but they are equally valuable
to the mothers becaute of the breeze
that blow acioss the playgrounds."
She suggested that particular atten
tion lie given in the neighborhoods of
John Jay and Thomas Jefferson park",
these being In congested district and
much ned s p!a grounds. Mrs. Charles
A. ltr.Min of 2VJ West Ktitl avenue, who
spoke for the Woman's Municipal
l-eigue, suggested that the commission
consider the mailer of widening Fifty
ninth street, where tratllc Is very heavy.
She said she knew this was a matter
for other authorities, but she thought
tlie recommendation of the comnilhsloti
would aid In getting relief.
A restriction on the number of garages
to be erected and maintained In resi
dential districts was favoied by the
Central Park West Commission, which
was represented by M. Morgenthaii, Jr.,
of 111 Hroadvvay
A good word for private houses was
spoken by J. fpenry lleeves of the Hoard
of Trade and'Trausportatlou. lie urged
that some section of the West Side be
restricted to private residences for single
families.
"This ciaze for apartment bouses l
greatly overestimated," he declared. "I
believe this, because of my experience as
a builder, I see many evidences that
the people want to go back to. private
houses and would build such houses If
they could be certain that apartment
houses would not be allowed to creep
Into the same block with them and de
stroy the value of their property.
President Cabot Ward of the Park
Hoard appeared before the commission In
opposition to Its proimxed plan for deal
ing with the neighborhoods adjacent to
the public parks. He tool, up many of
the paiks in detail, showing that wen
in those sections where the lower Moors
of adjacent buildings are used for busi
ness purposes It would be good policy
to place restrictions against factories.
He said that nutiy park bites had l en
.K'Ulllred at great cost and that ever
effort i-bould be made to preserve them
from the Intension of buildings likely tu
reduce their value.
At Its bearing to-day the commission
will take up the recommendations made
with respect to the section of Manhattan
north of l.oth street.
SETBACK FOR OSBORNE.
Court Order Italia llrarlim In War
den' I. run I Flsht.
YVhitk PLAIN". N. V.. March 2! The
legal battle which Thomas .Molt Os
borne has been waging to Imv. a count
in tho IndUtment against hint charging
immorality dismissed mt a setback to
day when Assistant District Attome
William J, Fallon served an older on the
coim-el of Mr. Osborne preventing a
hearing -n March 3n
The stay, which was granted by th
Appellate Division. Is also directed
against Supreme Court Justice Tomp
kins, before whom the hearing was sent
by Justice Kcogh. and it directs that a
hearing be Held before the Appellate Di
vision on .March "1 to show lau-e why a
writ of prohibition should not be Issued
by the Appellate Division pi venting
Judge Tompkins from entertaining the
motion.
Through M. J Tlerney Mr. Osborne
made a motion befon Justice Kcogh to
(piash the count on the ground that It
w is Illegal and void and founded on un
corroborated testimony of convicts.
Counsel for Mr. Osborne to-d.iy declared
that the District Attorney was simply
seeking delay.
STRAUS URGES JEWS
TO AID BAZAAR MORE
lii'n N'itrlil l.i'inus Liiriif At
IcihIiiiii'i1: Spcnli or Point
to (ilTlll N'PPli.
P.ionx night saw an almost record
bie.iklng attendance at the Jewish
bazaar In Ornrnl Central Palace . last
night Indeed, the crnndi brgan coming
ill the aftcrnnun anri t'te room devoted
to the entertainment Here tPrriged al
most until the closing hour.
More than Hit) guests attended the
dinner which was served on the mez
zanine tloor, nt which addrrsjen were
made by Oscar S Straus and Houtla.s
Mathewson, Hronx borough president,
Mr Stiaus said :
"XX'hll" 1 am conv.nced frnui the num
bers presimt hero to-ulght'tind the .spirit
of devotion so plainly manifested that
the massea of the Jewish people are
doing their duty bv this enterprise I
am not so sure tb it the more prosper
ous section of the Jewish community has
Itsponded In a degree commensurate
with their full power to give or with
the verv bitter need of the millions of
Itotnelem fugitives in eastern Kuropii and
In Palestine
"flreat though the demand has been
on the generosltv of the Jewish com
munity of New X'ork since the beginning
of the war, I am convinced that neither
the deslte nor the abllit) to help ban
been exhausted. I look forward in tho
hist days of the bazaar to loll up a
swelling total of contributions which
shall bear some ii'latlmi lo Hie eior
,11011s burden of suffering with which we
must ileal "
Ml.. Sophie I tf.islt u or the .Xletmpni.
tan, .l,KiUes Iv.istnei nud other eiilnl-ls
gave a inns "ii" prngiamme before a I.iirc
diPlieinc Ip the conceit 10,1111 In the eve
ning. , Tin diiv's leenrd fot sales was made
at the llouee lleaut'Cut booth, pi 1 sided
over by Mis I'ellx ilotile. The geni of
the collection, a iolar near skin, had
alread) been mi. Tilt Mummer Cot
tage, directed b) Mrs lllill. I'VanKel and
Mrs H, S.iciis, also atttartrd many cus.
tomers. In fact inete was activity in
every depaitiiienl of Hie bazaar.
SWINDLED WIFE HAS
MARRIAGE ANNULLED
Jlciirv Young Said to Have
(lot Savings From Tlm-c
He Weil.
In granting an annulment yesterday
of tne mm Wage of Mrs. Augusta Hanson
Young lo Henry Young, because Mrs.
Young was one of a number of women
who had been duped for the purpose of
getting possession of their savings, Sip
preme Court Justice Conahiu said: "It
Is scntcely credible that such practices:
could have ptevulled even In so lame
a city as New Yoik."
The testimony In the case developed
the fact that Young In his marriage
game pla.ved It as safely as itosslhte I, v
refusing to give his picture lo any of
Ids wives and by employing another
jiersou to vvtlte his letters for him
when It was necessary to write. When
Justice ('(dial. in first heard'the annul
ment case he demanded more evidence,
saying that Ik was not convinced that
Young was the man who had figured In
three mall luges of which the court bad
been informed.
At that time William J. Kinsley, Hie
handwriting expert, making his last
appearance In court, said that the sig
nalmen of Henry Young. Henry l.iin
din and Morris Harry Pearson on mar
riages licenses obtained at the City Hall
were all written by the same man.
The three marriages In utvtio'n all
took place tvlthlti three ye.tts mid are
said to have netted Young !1MI. It Is
said that he gut $."n from Augusta
Hanson, iit'.,", from Anna Notdberg and
ITtiii from Fannie .lohtiMUi. The man
posed befoie the women he married as
a customs o(TI 'er, a map religiously In
clined, and a man seeking a home In the
suburbs. After he married MKs Han
son. It Is .iid, he entertained her and
her two sisters at the Hotel X'oik for
three dajs after the wedding with her
savings, which be had Induced her to
take from a llrooklyn bank and turn
over to him. He excised himself one
night to telephone to a friend and has.
not been see,, since. I
DROP STEWART DIVORCE CASE.
Mmrl IIIHs Couple f omprninl-.
Wife tiettlnit Xllimnner,
The divorce suit of John Slewart 3d of
Short Hills. N. .1., a member of the New
X'oik Stock Hxchauge, against Mrs.
Hthel A. F. Stewart, a daughter of X'lie
President Fiuncls P. Aberciombie of the
Prims) Ivaiila llallio.ol, was withdrawn
from the New Jersey Chancery Court
.viftcrday. Articles of separation bad
been signed on XX'eilnesday. In which Mr.
Slewart r.gric! to pay his wife the al
low mice she asked for and to drop Ids
charges. Their little daughter will be
cared for by Stewart's mother.
Stewart accused his wife of receiving
attentions from Frederick Soldvvedell of
Summit, N. J., who has a wife. .Mrs.
Mewart divorced her tlrst husband,
Itobert C. Fills, .uid married Stewart at
Hayshoie, 1.. I.. In I'M:'.
WIFE'S HYSTERICS "CRUELTY."
Civil lliiulnerr llecllrs Xlnrltul
Wnra In .rpnrnlliiii I'lrn.
Arthur H. Iiiniiiant, n civf: engineer, '
living at ll XX'est 11 III, i-treet. tiled in i
the Supreme Court jesterday .1 cliaptet
of Ins marital woes which he believes
will win a separation from Mrs ,da 11
Diam.iut. The tale covers alleged i rmd
treatment in Seattle, Cobir.ulo Springs
and all (he way east to New X'ork city
The complaint states that the mu
tuants were married October IT last and
that Mrs. Dl.iuiant made false and scur
rilous accusations against her husband,
i.iiioik ooii ...iwuu, li. i. i 11 li I
, loll, , l ',lll,. Ill o llllll III'- Will ill
terfeied with bis biislneoi i.n.l Ho,, si.
"went Into pretended hystern s whore cln i
shrieked and scolded." He said tint ot,
lat Now Vent's Hay h'- wife pietended .
to commit suicide hv "inimeistuc her- '
self in a bathtub full of water."
Mro. Iiiiimiiut is n. n alleged to have
put out the lights and deprived her bus-
band of slei p. In ayii, and finally "sin
subjected the
plaintiff to gtcat alarm 1
and anxiety
FREIGHT EMBARGO MODIFIED.
(Illumes XfTeel . , , (eiitrnl miil,si
Xrw llnieii I'rrrltori ,
The embargo 011 fre'ght dcs'lned for Homes, h,,-, ,, re,, ,.tnt,. , .m-cin
New Haven and New Xoik Central rail- merge, fi.itn sovnil oilier realtv rout
road tirrltory v,' t iodifled yestenlay ! panics tin,, ,e,n condiicieil 111 I'll
by the sub.conimlttt on embargoes of
the l.astcni Height :ie,iimnl.,ton con
fcreticc. The New Ifnven lines will be
permitted to receive freight now held
by other roads and contdgpeil to points
designated ill tin orders as cistern Mas
sachusetts and Ithode Island classifica
tion. It must be groupid ami ili'llveicd
111 solid lots and when- txisolhlc In solid
trams for each classification.
I'nder Ibis tilling '.'no points will re
ceive freight now held bv oilier road.
i"ie embaigo on spelter and 1 upper In
cailoads and on nursery stnel, has been
raised Pi the New Haven terrllorv. The
situation in New Knglapd will bo ma.
terlally lollovcd.
Tin embargo has also been raised on
all ficlKlit originating on thc New X'ork
Centnil Lines for dctlnatlotis on or via
the Huston mid Maine under direct de
livery to tint road at Hollerdam .lime
lion or Troy, or cotisltjiied to points on
the Unstop and Xlbipv, Holland, Ceu
ttal X'eiinout ami ilraftfin nud 1'pton
roads I lav 01 Igumtliig on the Nee,
X'orl. ''eptral ami to be handled through
the XX'est Thirty-third rtreet hay sheds
Is also free from cmbirgo. The ruling
will go Into effect at midnight to-night
FAIR RECEIPTS $12,524,090.
tilmUiliiiia tn PilliiiniH-Pnclllc Kl
posKlnii Were l,7 I .X.IMIII.
San b"nANClHOi, Murcii !V Klnal
certified stateniem-i of tlie ri venues of.
the Panama-Pacltlc i:posltliui )ub '
initted to-d.iy to tl.o board of directors i
pave the grand total of teccipts for ad-1
missions and concessions n.s J12'L't,0!in,
Paid adin'ssloiiH amounted to fl.TIA,.
5S3 und the griics receipts from conces
sions were ?7,s(i!,fiiiri, The net tevenuc
from concessions was Jf I . S :i n , ;t ;n
Tlie t-tatemenlH show th it coners-
slons nrfiiMiig food, ies ,im shelter
brought In greater revenue than the
amusement concessions
.XIIT HAI.K AMI KXIIUIITIONS,
MXV t VIKXX.
"One nf Ihr nwt interfiling Sapohnnic collection in the WorM."
IN SILO'S FIFTH
M Sm iiHlliklilli:.5.til'!(tliAvc..lllill5,Vc.st4StliSt.. New Ynik-
JAMES P. SILO & SON, Auctioneer
Will Sell by Auction
By Order of MRS. J. WADE HAMPTON
thr Grnnelniece of Madame Jumel)
THE JUMEL COLLECTION,
OF NAPOLEONIC AND COLONIAL RELICS.
Audien Senior.' TO-MORROW (Ftirli)) and .Stutdy (rem 2:30 etch dty.
Hill. I rated I nliilocnr .Ml l enl..
HEBBERD WINS POINT
IN CHARITY INQUIRY
Kill Slate Officer Has to Ad
mit His Telephone (.'nils '
to Dr. Totter.
Itobert XV. Hebberd. secretary to the
State Hoard o( Charities, wits on tho
witness stand before Commissioner
Charles II. Strong at the charities hear
ing .vestci'dny In tho liar Association
Hulldliig. William It. Hotchklss, coun
sel for the Charities Department, could
get the witness to admit little that sub
stantiated the attorney's charge thnt the
State officer was In collusion w ith Father
XX'llllam It. Farrell of Brooklyn nud Dr.
Daniel C, Potter In the preparation of
the pamphlets attncklng tho inquiry.
"Didn't Father Farrell tell you." In
milred Mr, Hotchklss, "to call him up
and ask for Mr. Hyan, ami didn't you
tell Father Farrell when he called you
up to ask for Mr. Diamond?"
Mr. tlehberd said that neither of these
references to the names to he used was
true.
Asked If he had held any telephone
communications with Dr. Potter since
March Is, the witness replied that he
could not recall any. When Mr. Hotchklss
declared the telephone books showed that
me secretary nan called up the ex
clergyman nine times between Mimh
1' ami l. Mr. Hebberd said that he "pre
sumed that it must be so. if that's the
record."
Miss Helen Hronkhutst, a servant In
Father Farrell's home, testified that the
priest had not been there since Hun
day nud she did not know his where.,
about. Chancellor Dunn teturned to
the stand to make It plain that tie
was responsible only for the distribu
tion of the Farrell pamphlets and not
, for their preparation.
D' Potter, a son of Dr. Potter,
denied that he had any of the nianu.
scripts or proofs for the pamphlet),
EDWARDS WINS SLAVE TRIAL
Court frees l.nniberninn ami
Mnre Ilia Apcnurr.
Ciiiiwc.o. March 2?.--The trial of XX'MI-
' lam Unfile Kdwards. wealthy lumber
man charged with violation of the Mann
white slavr law. ended unexjiectedl) in
, the I'nlted States District Court to-day
when Federal Judge Albert It. Anderson
In a scathing address ordered the clerk
' of the court to enter a verdict of not
guilty.
The end of the trial marks the ell
i m.i of the troubles of Mr, I'M wauls as
a result of Mis Ada M. Cox's vie.it to
I him in St Paul and M tineapolls ifi Oc
tober. Il n. M.-s Co already had won
a verdict of $lT,t2.", for hrea.-h of nroin-
Ise Itegaritlng this verdict Judge An
derson .-.u,l that Mi IMward.s li.ul been
"fined jl7,('ilii too much alre.idv "
Until sides bail closed when M,.. Cn
was recalled to Hie stand bv the I gov
ernment for lebuital. An attempt to
allow her to coiitradli t a st . o' Vr
relations with Mr IMwards was objictcl
to and sustained Then the court in
terfered WOMEN PRISONERS G7'
LONG PRISON TERMS
li'c.illy p)ipis Who (itil Sep.
viiiits Siivinys Sent In
A llllll I'll for Yi-iir.
Il,,reii.ir,ll,it. it,. roeo.,l f
I,, , ., .
1 "'" J,lrV found Mrs. Matilda I-1 .in
collnl and her sister, l!oe Hal ey gulltv
of grand latcetiv. Justice S.ie. rn m fie
snnreo,., i ,..
'
'' ",'n' '"'th women to prison for loin;
terms,
1 Mrs i-V:ih..:ini ..p.. .ia..r 1...1
tl-; brains of the couceni tint sv tidbi.
Iiundteds of erv.iiits, jrnt not less than
the yiars and not more than tune ears
and six month, in Auburn prison Her
flster was sentenced to nnt more than
j . , .1 , r ,1101 no 111, niio. llllll 1101 es
than time ears
Tin t 1 1 1 . 11 I'oiiiliii ,..i I,., v,,
ilefi nd.ints. who had earned tlie title of
the "real estate (lleel-i ' The) ilcilt m
suburban leal estate nml whentliev went
Into the hands of a receiver abrut km,
years ago they owed Vi;oo,nnrt
The conipla'naiit In tl ,is, which
the HisletM were cotivicleil w.is Mia Mar)
Sleen. now Tl .veals old She lost T, 1 .",0
After the Jury had found t n two
women guilty ten of p'ein signed p, t
Hon a-'k.'ng that s.-nti m e lo .itsioniied
This did not strilie the Judge, who said
"Matilda Kraiicol'iu. in cnicncing ou
1 fiel that I must ill.ieitaid the rccoin
meiidailoii of the n: ,mi mpoo tlie
full penalty i i ilinl by the Mutul"
X'our opeiatloiis were nmong tin pom
wbo.e Ignorance of business m tbods
made them easy victims The rrMilt has
been widespread misery and nnffrrlng
III many cases Hie savings of life
lime have beep .swept away
"Th- lilitnct Attorney's otlico
fieliiged with i opipt.ilnts of slml'ir
frauds on other, and an cvample iiiii-.
In made and tip, luuols of tne Iisttic
Attorney npliclil "
A.Mt'SLVIF.M's.
JEWISH
WAR SUin'RIiRS'
BAZAAR
Oprn 1-11 P. M.
Only tour Days More
GRAND GENTRALPALACE I
LexingtonAv.-46thSt. I
Aclmisiion i5 ( rnt
AHT s,r;s AMI KMIIIIITIO.NS.
SKW YORK II Kit. 1.1).
AVENUE ART GALLERIES,
RAILROADS TO REFUSE
DEMANDS OF 400,000
Way Will flo Left, Open for
X e ro t la t lo n s Te n ta f i v
Reply Ready.
The demands of the men of the HI
Four unions, comprising 400,000 locomo
tive engineers, firemen, conductors and
trainmen, for an eight hour day and
an Increase In wages will he presented
to the general managers of the several
railway companies of the country to-'
day.
Although the railroads will have until
April 29 to consider the demands they,
hao prepared a tentative reply, which,'
It Is expected, will give tho unions Utile'
or no hope for an acceptance of thel
.1
,,'iidiMi.-, imil will leave IIia mav finoti
for a futther exchange of comtnunlca-
Hons.
Tho tcferendum vote taken recently
by the railroad men was merely on thu
proposal to demand shorter hours and
higher wages. There must bo another
referendum on the question of striking
If a tlcup Is pi (.pccil.
The demands vvero drawn up at a
meeting of the thirty chairmen, of the
..,-..-. ii .lujusuiiciii ooarus or tne inter-
ested unions held here on Tuesday. 'XX'hlle ith Mrs. Harlow 2 up. The features of
the railway tmfn.igers will receive copies i the match wet, long putts by Mts. Price
of the demands separately there will'"" Hi., seventh, eighth, fourteenth and
be complete harmony of action by the ' seventeenth, mid the lalng of an up
companies and the replies madu will be Troach against the pin on the truth,
Identical, , The cauls :
Tho lllg Four unions .ire not .imitated i Mr lljilau-'
with tho American Federation ef Labor.
tiut the ennitiu It-,, ,,r in., r.. ..... tt,,.
sympathy of the big organization '
e me uiving me railway managers,
every opportunity to meet 'the men and
iiist'iiss ineir ncitiitiii 4. ' . ,1 11,11,1 11
Itobertson, vice-president of the Itrotlirr- ! r'"" Cricket, beat Mrs, J. IliiyiiiniKl 1'n. .
!bem Vn Va!n01,',,T,,1,,m,,,'n U '"'"Si IM,Tlon-Mr.. - ... IIMI.n...
them to decide whether or not the men' north. tr-eat,urg won. third Mrs T. It,
are to be forced to strike The lallroad Palmer I'rle. fourth Mrs 1:. w Alci.in
.1 last resoit.
We are always opposed
to striking unless driven to it'
WESTCHESTER NOTES.
Tli ' ,.f tti He As, ,urv rurker of
IVelt.klP tied e.trUv, tt.ives an rslste
of l.'S.vnl to -tie w Mow
Arthur M .l ilm-.oi nf Mount Wrnnn,
nrpltevv nf ,hn lie Mills of tlin AppcHdf
tllll-ton. tiH. toTti n, oP prfniaent of the
fefVurlty t.ntitun In Mount Vernon
A large imtiiPei f prot'iliiMit rMrnt.
of Monet Vernon will Htiend 11 be.irlng no
tlie prntnrI nw Motnc Vernon u.(te- hIM
lirfnre Ms)or vtli, liel tel. momliiz. M.,,p
IMultl W ri.ke 111 l st the limit of n
deleiSHllon of l.lpMt.
Mdliee A. Siine of Mount X'mioti e.trr
dsy reiovernl h verili, asttn-t tlie e
e, titers of the e-l4te ,,f ltorg HroAti of
Itiltihees rotint for 1 1 (inn f.,r rci frei
, Sttnrne for 'lie ecMtors The r.i.e
Win trie, I before Supreme Coir; .tu.'lre
Young
Ielltlile- Kf t, p, h. f ,,f ,toph
Tol. ink. ,t ...iv 1 tu Slnu situ; pri-et
nuole a 11. 'C n , i' . .I.M- C K'.i;h t'
liife I'1. litis v.-'rli f--- a', Iniipr tloi,
of l,,e tnitct... it.' (I Htel .Pir) ivhl, li
found an In it mm i, i,ir n.t Tohlln-k and
ti. eir v-ene ioe onv:, t.
.mi'kxii:nt.
XlflMTCQCIRnCUl v.
Mat Tnalay
.11 in i kit vnnwbiia
'at s Mti' to $ mi,
ROBINSON II With AL
CRUSOE. JR. II JOLSON
lii.nlillil .Mil ltlrlltil.t I'rrloroiani e.
4ti. er th
TUB X HaM of 11 a I vss I
init ii ,o Muiin.s-tohi.v . i-,
liy
Kinxene
XV nlicr.
C0ME0Y
list I
M 'It' -
IS
. Tl.e
Kvs s I,
.V Sat . t;..
llv
Xmelle
llllc.
Willi l.dtnuiid llris I
Hunter, ) ilni liie'l-
Ue VV 11 -oil Harrison
lie v ill .lennltu-i
tlie-. II VV ofll a Hvss l4
SHUBERT
. 1 1 -1 I ' 1 1 llltllllivs I'ri'.illt.
ll ( Haddoti I liiilnlso.
XViih on Kvlraor Unary star 'o iildtntioii,
I'll. Ills cll.oll-lent Marie Iroipr.l
Urine Xli Itae liarlrs I lirrri
Jr.llllie l.asel. vllltlia llioolo
. ir.ili.iiii limn oe Moot. mil love
siriun it n iv .
otisi cs s , LTslh
llrlSinU Maline,-. W
I ,V sn , -, I'lm,,
wl'h
3 ri II
lean.
PRINCESS
V Sen Mush
.'llh near It a I (e .'0
Matinees Wed .X .H '- .'ii
I I 'ouicl. That I. IlilTereiit
VERY GOOD EDDIE
"Pep" and "Punch" lur oner forgotten,
lopt; step in tin rij;ht liircctiot " 7 hi..
AT MAXINE ELLIOTT'S THEATRE
NOW
t iiiiin Opera li T. I.awrasiin Kijics ami Cnli Pn-tcr
Dirci'tioii of Miss Klisnliotli Miirluiiv
"Not 'Iinuiilwa.v stuff in tlu invidious mho," 'n.',
near Huai I vfis' s ';o Matillies W'eipa sila) ami Si, unlay 'J at
lyf Jt III M. IIH.t
lf Sear I'linn,'
i nt
44
bRG. WED. NIGHT; APRIL 5th
CLUNE'S ?,VrKC'TCSWv-..NM
RAMON A
X i lliriini. I Pro I lie Colrllaloliionl,
I'll Ice Hall) Xllils J Nichl. ,S ,s.irl
IPDlrrC Mais, '.'.'. I no Seal. Nun
IrnibCS NibIiIs l'.v i -,o On kali,.
PfinT,rell"l Pliotiellrvant in Cvsis;,
I. UK I xi.us NVni Pop ,v sat at a
v Vll ,pr t ooe;,rd i(cti fitt " ltrst
ullli XVAI.'I Kit .IIIN'I , oiher ruiiiiiaUr.
standard """"'"' !M:r;i,vi;;iv.
Mai 'lo-day. L'.le .X ,',llc Url INIAL
Mil Ul.inll Mcvi n. Thel ni li;i.i n, d V nni.ui
r,,Y.r..V.,.MANHATTANV,',;,V,V,:
I'Mu'l'il. WILLARD-M0RAN liT'J,4', !
III.IIXV I 111 .X. Ill-XHIIIIIOXX I 111 II.
liiilitiiuil Soillli I'orki tl 11 ii In.MitlH,
. I'll in h A Jinli I bealre.llMh ll.ofll'y
TREASURE ISLAND
.:in. Mut. i'n a tat a.au, c ncle uiiii
nundiiiii, :,;a;!(IAi
I'l.W.ISIL. KVK K'l.X Mat
rnta t
ii.a
blldreii. Aiteof Itci.oii M1071c.1l 'iu. rmeliu, ,
nTDiun !;
Ii'iikvA I7S I I'aullne I'rodrrli k
.Noon lull in pi .udtri."
Wl 11 llllll .Noon lul I 1111 In .nitre,.
I ' III In .Vk simndiir,!, ftsi'ilol.'.
. . I vv k, l.e
iinrelTirl.'U, "Tlu'lleartofl'aul,
North and South Title Won
MRS. BARLOW DOES
SAME AS LAST YEAR
Ntirlli and South Champion
Again, Boatinpr Mrs. Price
by 2 fp in Final.'
(JAIN'S LKAD AND RUM'S IT
ris-ElttnttT, N. C March if. Mrs. n.
If. Harlow of the Merlon Cricket Club
repeated her last year's performance of
winning the North and South golf cham
pionship for women to-day by defeat
ing Mrs. J. Iliiymond Price, o.ikmont, by
2 up. Sirs. Harlow started off well, mak
ing five of the first six holes In par or
under, and was 3 up. She lost the
eighth In 2 and also the ninth In 2,
one under par each, and turned. 1 up.
Mrs. Hallow lost the tenth hut took
the lend ngaln by winning the eleventh
and twelfth In . each. They alternated
In wins and losses on the next six holes
and finished the same .is .if ttte twelfth
P"1
I "
11 h,s 1 1
( s ; 1 1 1 i 1 i-
()Vr"' l'.r!c.".:. . . : 4 n t :-is
in . , ; ; 5 r, 3 3 t,
SPMM AltlKS OP KINAI.s.
;- '.id
. 1, . i-i.. it-- 1. n ,,..
I lllchhorii. Lexington; cvntli
Ml-s Ituili
MIks Hel,, :
Ilronn. I.itnMon
rlghtli Ml liorothyi
hrueier, Hr.'il
1 1 'ded lases In form the varsity Is set-
BULL FORCED TO THREE SETS.J"i r' -".
I'nrey Hilend Hint In Toiironnieiit
for sqnsili ( loll ilirenine .
Chares M. Hull. Jr. was for. e, ,,
ill esn.i set to win ftoni Allap Cony
in the SiUasb Cltilt cliainiloiislii lour,
lament widen cot under way ye.'etda.v
He triumphed in the llrst set at IT.- it
and then succumbed at T - !",. tn the
lual he won al IT, 9 Tliere was on'v
one oilier match pla.ved. XX'. II Vatider
peel defeating XX'. S. Ktiapp In tne - -ond
triund lit 1., t.", I. I-'our ,-imes
wele deciiP , li di fault The stun
mres ;
r tt.J
Kiret It-, it 1
V I '..ro, I ,
.i--r. . , vv
M' II I ip fe.l-O.I
M II.:
I.
t ,
l'rc
till
I, f tin li vv
im'K. i. K r. i i i.
' Irrhy t,v ,1, fault
VV .Mi ail defeated J
defau.. W II. Van
Knspp I , f. -(
M lime- iP-f-n e,) II
Se,-olil Kotl., I I
A. l.e lloirl' 1, r ti
derietc di ' I
.mi.i:vii-,ms.
PLAYHOUSE R.rJV-"'
" llrtoiii '.'c.js.
Mat- XV d S
GRACE GEORGE
"Captain BrassliouncJ's Conversion."
tQT II T THI XT 11 1
nr II n
K - s I i
J C.
lll(S
X ! .X sc
In Hie lot
of III. life
A KING OF NOWHERE
BOOTH 'b. xv ,,rii ,.nv
DWW ' Matin, VXisI A
' S III
'J lo,
with Irene l'eilv.el,
i lid X M, ent
no.
44th SI. " "'"J 1
Nut Matinee
Sat ! .11.
Move. Pi'tt Monda) lo 1
I VPir ttt'i x
b I III W
Veil Moll I. s I INK X from 1 1 th st I In-.
.Mopllttisi lie
UUKI II I IIUtrillN II I ''Htll.HS
A 1 1 1 1 1 frt'' t tn , liinn.-r tl o a 1 1 fjrii'
-krilllltf -ill. I Dintnp .! llltlll.T A "-UpptT
I illi' i rsi'i ,ition t im t, ,ui hi Hry
jlJCW
.Mtii.i l I c, llilliiiflniui
"llll. Illi. sii.ii "
ll!yJ DAlLYs.'-,!
o m h m i . s . . .
.SI. 03 1
II-
f. 1 V I . V a I li. ..... m. -.. '
HIP HIP HOORAY u
rennei .. Ills
nsalioii.il Seals lo
ll'e llallet l,, oo,l.
fouuailiMi
Mafi'ii bv II. II, llllili.lile. '
,.r,,r,v.i,v,Ari:(V!;Uiv,'i!
I.XIti.XI!l'.TIIi; mil it "iiT-,',1 i. ii it try.
I Allien Iteiss Mini,., .M,nt, M.,r, z,.,,..,,
licrtnan- Misti ijm VV.il i-iifTerirs' llcllef
l.1Cirw;,la:l;M:'i:l'AWH
IRVING PL THEATRE
llohill T.inI Wnlrr I'ri
and loUtovJii!: uii'lit. talcs
To-nlKlit n i;,
l a-t l luii'
lie s -,,
I Utopc.lll llll
"PRINZESSINvomNIL" Opir.lta
Mil. I. Kill H'SAllltV llXi:s. Minn;
u a L A C. F" ",i iii. -sviirner) land
r . lli K.ilmai A llrnvtii.
Urn v ii,
II 11,1 A I , SI X 1 l.o 1 o I llll, i.irl
riiillyMi '.'.'.iii)?! iiimi inn him.
,v tu.
IIXIHIIS H. lliurs, ,11., Mar. m. nt :i,
HeLrN Mill I FR ii.'l.llei l iiiiipaii)
XX llh
'I'M
.,:.nc in .',, Ilovutlic, 'l','.oAMcM,de'.,
PARK r iwi i
Xtllll it
II I'. XI,
Willard-Moran
nniciil
Mo.loij
I'icllirei
COLUMBIA !".
II RPPVCC nd
'I'xi.'i
I .' I,-, A s I.', I',(....
d DIP rjriHTv ennui i
n-o llbltl bv
iii, oio ochuii .nun
of I; av , v us s oil a. i
.1 MatlneeSt! 'n VVrrk
Kills Robin on Links
While Winning Title
piNEHURST, N. C., March 'JO.
Mrs. Ronattl H. Barlow did
not confine herself to winning the
united North and South women's
championship to-day, but bagged
n robin for good measure. The
Merion golfer half topped her
second shot on the sixteenth hole
in her match against Mrs. J. Ray
mond Price, and the ball flew into
a group of robins which were
feeding a few yards in front of
her. One of the birds was hit
tind killed. Having made the
robin her first victim of the day,
Mrs. Barlow proceeded to make
Mrs. Price her second, for the
former Btistern champion won
the match on the home hole. The
management of the Pinchurst
Country Club will have the robin
stuffed and placed in the clubhouse.
COLUMBIA OUT OF REGATTA.
XI nut XI Is Local Decoration Day
Itnces tines I i Hudson Too Harlr,
Hecause of the unprecedented early
departute of the Columbia navy for
Pniighkeepsli! this year, none of the Blue
ami XX'hlte clews will be seen this year In
tie annual Decoration Day regatta of
the New Vork ltowlng Association on
tile Harlem. It was announced .v ester
day that. Uh the regatta Is on May "0
and the Hi,id leaves for Its (putters at
Knnn I'.lPoiv on May "', It would bn
impossible lo take p,ul In the annual
llatlem rovvlnv carnival. It Is the first
lime in .vrars that Columbia will not
be enter, d In at least three laces.
Coach ltlc said the chances ate thnt
ue and his oarsmen will rmbark for th
IMgewater iUarters on Monday. This
' two ilns earlier than he intended.
The Hudson Is clearing fast of its Ice
(low and will lie ) shape by then. Hhe
belli ves, N'o change Is contemplated In
the personnel of the first and recond
varsity boats when the shells take to
the water I'nless the men show de-
Cochran nmpla febaefrr.
f'li irviio, March is. In a game marked
by mole keen rivalry than good billiards
XX'elker Caehruti defeat. d Voung Jake
.Schaefer in the triangular is 2 bulkllne
tournament at Mussey's, 4 n 0 to '.'.",1. It
took the vviniKr tblrt) -seven Innings to
nnm'cte bis string, bis average being
I" SH-3T. Uls high run was f.,",. Scliaefir
bad on- less inning for an average of
'. 3r,-.T". Ills best run was 13,
XI ri.
MnnlHicnr Win. Tnnrnr ,.
j
AMt:v. S I-. Mar. h iv. In tin lln.il
r.ni,,,, ,,r the nntili.tl ,t,o,.ti'u ..1, . ...t..n
! . i.i.. .. tl.A I, . I. r. ,te . .. .
',( fc ,i ' o mix, , mil io.(iay
Mrs. Harr.v XX". I.a Montague defeati d
Mrs Harry A Curtis, thc
consolattoti Mrs (Jonvernetir Morris de-
featcd M Iss llllzabeth Porter, 1 and I
.MI'sKVkst.
m:x xiiiik's i.i;tiiiMi
EMPIRE rxWtr
i..xsr i
mtKs
ELSIE FERGUSON
VXlSiXX MARGARET SCHILLER
RIO GRANDE AfJV
LYCEUM I', H , 4f,T" ST " i
xixiim:i: io iivv r j.a
The Heart
of Wetona
''!i" COHAN'S T,." """ ,
vi vviimh si . Mb( S1, Ui ; .
Mitzi in "POM-POM'
X conili opera ippi as Its name. Tribune
FULTON ,v - i:s s i.-.
llraiidon lymtis Irish fomedv
MELODYYOUTH
.Xliritn iin UiiKhtrr' Time.,
HARRIS .Vs' '-', V
......,..--s -..ii , ,t .-,
jLi.i.ini.?n
"lib Ired Mhle a, ..BM, ll.inVT"
LONGACRE &T?t
ln Id' triumph. K t.lll I ".iiVi",".
CANDLER
I'.'St lives l S '.'( l.vsr.
Mil' .lt L VII TIM I .
Mjlt lit t 'I'l... a
,. ..M-itrt-ai u tmr
NEXT MON.-SKAft TO-DAV
i s i i : i ,
ELTINGE
Wist v
M..I.
I I.VKs S ,
V., .1
R A I I ALLIED ARTS of
"""1"THE THEATRE
ill M III' i I'lilis mi
TO-NIGHT
r'( HOTEL AST0R
.lii.iii, ,,i n siv r. . , ,.
!'" !r J-.": V. iit'M.1 siihi .vi
vi me iiimi. 1. IMIIII. .,u,,
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eUlnrXX.I.s'oi'.'ittAUs ,. x
91st ANNUAL
lAIIIIIITHlN
H I'llMIVI,
X M I I.I' II nr..
NATIONAL
ACADEMY
of DESIGN
FINE ARTS
GALLERIES
Sf.X M. .XHIi S!,
IH'r.S 11X11. V
III TO l,
AMI N Til 10
s N, l.iiOtnll ,M,
ADMISSION 50c
IM'I.I IIKs
( X I XI Ki ;.
Catiieite Hall, lii.iniimivt Irl. l.tg.,m s:IA.
I I'lano Iteillal Mrlnsinj
LEG INS K A
) . Tlckcls ,',0 i Is, to 2 Met Hai n.el A .limes
Xrnllan Hall, lo.nioiroii (l ll.i
Tlckcls III lit: t
i eo aim vi (si
ut Hoi littler
ERIC FISHER WOOD
on tne da i i lc ur i nb lvlAKiK
iniroiniciio n iiv
Henry A. Wise Wood
on the
a,:oI.IXM IIXI.I.. .iil7TfT.riIriri. a, :i
lirsl
MAUDE FAY
Sen X'orU
Itecltal
Kurt Schlnrilei al the I'lano sirmnav
i Hoi rittlie A ry.nn's .Vlui Mr. Hunia'i
seal s
mall I. ell s
Xrnllan Hall.
lues. XII,, nll
Snns mm bb. -
ill d.
In i III! U ElUUlllll
nrriKi JULIII nillllllllin
.. -, ----- ..-
Alltonl Swrr,
Kiiihe riiiin
by Mrs. Barlow
EBEN BYERS BEATEN
BY BROTHER AT GOLF
Fiitnous Moniboi' of l-'tmii v
Finds Knmn of Xt Avail in
.Mil it'll n( Aiken.
.im:v. S. C, March 2!' In n ...
ond round of the t w nnt j -tit . 1 1 j .1 1
Southern (ros tournament 1.1. ....1
j day at the Palmetto liolf ciui, ;i M
Hyera. for 'slv yeats the winnei. pri,'
I ilnivit to defeat before his htot.ier. .1 p
H.vets. The latter plaed a m.igtuii,,,,,
game, malilng a Tfi. He had eight ,
going out He was dormle .1 Boinc t
the shtcrnlh hole, nhlih was on hv
his brother. Iloth got line 1- ,,, ,.
sevetneeiuii. .1 y. livers tal.lnt;
match, and I. The suinm.uv
th.
Southern i'ro flip- .t I' II . r. 1.
fe.it,l i:i,en At liver-, and ;r ,(
Tlioinsuti i,fHtcd ,1 lionloti liutix'i. :
..f.l?.',M''n lRht XX'. Paul Col.uri ivt. 1
Ulllliiin Pii) no Thump-ion, 1 ,
&z::l uoVi','."" '-' "
Aiken Clip-(' P llsveniev.r. I ,le't.l
J; X- Tapt.ln. 1 lip (IS liolel.1. C T.mns
l.nimet. :.. dofoniod ilsrrlik Msllor 1
Hid . Ilnilltt .1 Hunt, II. iofotr, ,p.
ford A. 1'iHhraii. 5, i and 1, ili,r , ,
Iloliion (, ,efeute,l ClakMliifli Tllurno I
, "lid j '
Hcitrli L'litlit -Xlarslmll KI-1,1 l. i ,1,.
feato.i 11 ,v Curtt- s. 7 .,,,,1 t h'm.
ward lUbco. k. :. ilrou a he. K c Itali.
well. I, ilefeiitrd llenr.v Moiehii. j.
Xbtor s'orcbaii, 5, won fptn Odvpi p.rln'
piu. .', be default
(.'eii.olutlon I'up tlenrv W. ti. I'o-.r
It, defeated llryce .1 A, Ian C, 1 nnt t'
.lol.lll I. Thun. l dofoatod Mill,... ,
Xolgate. i:. Z 11ml :. .lo.opii ItHt-tnisn. J, '
tk, ,I-fe.ited A (1. Ilea, li ( 4 ..tl'1 '
Prank It. Illtclnoi. k. II Uef,,ito t'l-i
getald. 'I. T Mini c.
Ile.ltrn Kleht It XV La Mo-.'icn.
won from C. T lluimet, .It ,, i. iir..j,'
Stephen S.mtord. . dio ,( i,t. ,,,., ;
Salnpsun Mleveil". Z, w Jll from Hr v J,
, .tu, i.e. 111 iieiaua, .trel ut ,T
i h
Loiiins are u in.
Hnrtluoiilh . Ilnrtard at lennl.,
llA.sovia:. .V. II.. Mar h :. - Maiar
.1. P. I.'ngllsh of the T'arlhiouth p. e,
team announced a schednbi of twol o
iigagi ments to-dav. Harvard n 1 !.
played here on May (?. nther Itnpo-titc
matches ate May . Ilrown at I'm
dents; May V, XX'esliyan at M ibllet.,K
May rt. Vale at New llavrn, xt,n '
Amherst -at Hanover; M.iv 1".,
Hngland Intr rcnlleslates at lio.ton Mi
I", Print 'at Hanover. Mav V. i' rr
at Ithaca". May u"'. Sprlngllebi T"ii .
School at Sprlllglleld, and M.iv :t V ; .
lams at XX'llllamstovvti.
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and Kordhain desire to bi oiclui'fd
the proposed league clrcu t, alt m :h n ,
Igames may be placed this v.nr
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